The Chairman of His Majesty Group and JBS Haulage and Construction Limited, Alexander Takyi Yeboah has donated 10,000 euros to support the surgery of acid victim, Eric Ohemeng.
Eric Ohemeng, the third year student of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), whose girlfriend poured acid on him for jilting her, will require three more surgeries at the cost of 55,000 euros so he can “be normal again.”
[contextly_sidebar id=”GmEjRSULUc1iLy8mRhAops6UVqhv5NOi”]The Police on Saturday arrested Esther Enyonam Pekyi, the 26-year-old lady who poured volumes of acid on Eric Ohemeng.
This was after Citi News provided the Police with intelligence leading to her arrest.
Eric’s right eye is totally blind, and according to him, his genitals have also been affected.
Mr Takyi Yeboah in an interview with Citi News said the donation was to facilitate Eric’s trip abroad for further surgery and medical care.
He bemoaned the use of acid as a weapon and added that “I hope this tragedy does not happen again. Eric needs to live and I pray the donation facilitates his recovery.”
Individuals willing to contribute towards Eric’s surgeries can donate money via mobile money number 0244388233 or deposit into the following Unibank accounts: 0320425659914 (Euro account) 0510125659916 (Cedi Account).
By: Franklin Badu Jmr/citifmonline.com/Ghana